Cancer stories, books, poems, and more

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Saying goodbye to my Step Dad who lost his life to Cancer. Read More
Dedicated to Charles F. Johnson (1947-2013) who died on July 13, 2013. Read More
Dedicated to Charles F. Johnson who died on July 13, 2013. Read More
Dedicated to Jack Schwartzman who died of Pancreatic Cancer on June 15, 1994. Read More
This past weekend I participated in a Relay for Life, a fundraiser for assistance to cancer patients and cancer research. I've been trying to write this poem for quite a while, and during the night of the event, walking around the track and reading all the tributes to victims and… Read More

Tags: cancer, cells, rogue

Poem / Poetry

February 15, 2019

PLEASE READ THIS, I am writing a notebook and it is for you. I will see you soon my love U.R. Love ................ Leddy (Lady) and her family's life is finally getting back to normal after all of the craziness after the prior years. Read More

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The painting which accompanies this poem is called "Imminent Demise (the Sawfly)" Read More
Margarita, so named for the drink that moved her mother to conceive her, has given her mother more chances than she deserves but cannot seem to give up hope that one day she will change. When cancer provides a short timeline for Margarita’s dream of having a loving mother, Margarita… Read More
To Ducky, she'd never though that love is practical, something logical that can be assessed. Everything changes when she meets Benjamin White. But what happens when not all stories has a happy ending? Read More
Dedicated to Chad L. Sheets (1972-1998) who died on December 24, 1998. Read More
Harvey's life has been one nightmare after another and it only gets worse. His drug addiction to skunk has terrible consequences for his mental health. He can't stop the voices from controlling him, he is the puppet and his voices are his masters. When the masters say punch, he has… Read More
This was written as I tried to restart after being struck down by cancer at the age of 28. I've long since physically recovered but the mental pain was very raw. Read More

Tags: pain, lost, fear, cancer, health

This poem was written by me about my friend who passed away because of the cancer disease. Read More

Tags: cancer

Rosetta is just an ordinary girl. Except she plays Violin like a superstar. One day she gets invited to tour the world and play with the one and only Emilia Harper!! She can't believe she actually would be going on tour with the Emilia Harper. But then a horrible… Read More

Tags: cancer, violin, tour

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Cancer causing agents in hair and nail beauty products. Read More

Short Story / Young Adult

October 12, 2018

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A college girl sits what proves to be the hardest exam of her life. Read More

Tags: death, teen, cancer

best story ive wrote so far Read More

Tags: love, cancer

Anything that changes the DNA can cause the dreaded cancer. What role does foods play? Read More

Tags: cancer

Cancer can only be stopped at the organelle level. Read More

Tags: cancer, matcha, mmhci

My mother passed away from cancer when i was 8...coming up on 10 years now and these were some questions i would have for her if i could ask. Read More

Tags: poem, sad, personal, mom, cancer

Poem / Non-Fiction

August 19, 2018

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For My Gran. Read More
A last letter to the love of his life. Read More

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Drew Grey marry his childhood sweetheart but she died. Drew become a vampire Read More
Dedicated to Charles F. Johnson (1947-2013) who died on July 13, 2013. Read More

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